when a normal white person starts speaking in black gangster/ghetto slang after exposure to music/games/television about said black culture.
Joe: shiiiieeeeeeet this thing be fucked up right here ! how you gonna carry it man !
Jake: what the hell are you on about ?
Joe: sorry i watched all 5 seasons of the wire last week so I've been well and truly Negroed
by reddragon2232 September 12, 2011
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Meaning 'Black' in Spanish
Name: Don Jose, Height: five-six, Hair color: Negro
by Yonsen September 13, 2005
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Not a racial slur. Just spanish for black.
You can check a crayon and you'll see.
Spanish guy:hola individuo negro.
African guy:What'd you call me?!
Spanish guy:It's spanish for black.
African guy:oh.
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A sort of suffix that allows a person to do or say something stereotypically African American without being misconstrued as an actual black person.
I don't know how to swim, I'm two hours late for work, and I had fried chicken for lunch. No Negro.
by sawgee rawkwell, III August 30, 2010
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The official race of black people.
Also known as Negroid or Negro.
Race: __Caucasian, __Asian, __Hispanic, __Indian, __Negroe
by Professor Watenabe October 23, 2010
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A non-derogative term used to describe peoples of an African culture. Although of benign nature, people tend to regard it as an insult as it has been implied as such in earlier times.
1. Child: "One of my best friends is a negro"
Parent: "Well isn't that swell"
2. Secretary: "Who shall I send into your office?"
Employer: "Will you send the negro in please?"
Black Man: "What did you call me?!"
Employer: "A negro. That was to differentiate between you and the white gentleman beside you."
Black Man: "Oh ok."
by Cesco October 1, 2006
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this is the way we Latinos and caribenos call a color person you can call a south, central American and even Cubans,Dominicans,Puerto Ricans Negro those that are of dark skin color, they don't see this as an insult, is a friendly way of how we Los Latinos call someone of color that you may know, or even if you don't know him, that just may be the way people know this particular person as, but not necessary as something you would tell someone of color to insult him, put him down,mistreat,much less to be use as a racial derogatory word
hepa my negro como esta todo ´´translation´´what's up blak how is everything
by corvette052 August 11, 2007
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